In the Spotlight

Read more about Summer is HOT at SFCC!

It may be cold outside, but it’s not too early to think about summer classes that begin June 5. If you just can’t wait, second 8-week spring classes begin March 20! Today’s the day to get started!

Read more about Saturday Night Fever

Tickets are now available for this fun-filled evening of food, music and fund-raising.

Read more about Building Strong Futures

Learn more about our efforts to build a new technical education facility and expand technical programs!

Read more about Roger Ballen: Asylum of the Birds

Catch this interesting exhibition of 40 mid-sized black-and-white photographs on view now until May 28 at the Daum Museum!

Read more about Night of the Living Dead Live

"They're coming to get you, Barbara, there's one of them now!" Tickets are on sale now for this comedic tribute to the historic 1968 film; show runs Feb. 23-26 and March 2-4.

Read more about Go Big Blue!

Let's pack the house and make some noise for our Roadrunners!

Summer Enrollment
Saturday Night Fever
Building Strong Futures
Daum: Roger Ballen
Night of the Living Dead Live
Roadrunners Basketball

Explore SFCC

Great things are always happening at SFCC … from relevant learning and personal enrichment experiences to cultural, sporting and special community events.

Small Business & Technology Development Center

Looking for help for your small business or fledgling idea? We can help!

The Arts at SFCC

Be inspired to create and perform at SFCC.


We offer men’s and women’s basketball and soccer, baseball, softball, Spirit Squad and a Dance Team. Go Big Blue!

Daum Museum of Contemporary Art

The Daum Museum of Contemporary Art is located on SFCC’s Sedalia campus.

Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center

The Davis MPC is a hub of activity.

Student Activities

The classroom isn’t the only place you can learn, grow and develop new skills!

Success Happens Here

A showcase of SFCC's talented students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

Mary Wright’s kids had a good point: If she told them to get a high school diploma and go to college so they could get good jobs, why wasn’t she t ... Read more about Mary Wright. [Read More]

Steven Lutz is in a good place. Five years after earning his associate degree from SFCC he’s landed his dream job and just got his first promotion. ... Read more about Steven Lutz. [Read More]

Alaina Sonksen thought she had her college education all figured out when she was in high school. She was going to go to a small private college and g ... Read more about Alaina Sonksen. [Read More]

Numbers & Facts

  • 65 degree or certificate programs
  • 17:1 student to faculty ratio
  • 27 clubs and organizations
  • 24 average student age
  • 15,000 graduates

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